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revealed in 1990. bbc news. >> he did it, at last. that is what they are thinking in scotland after andy murray won his first grand slam tennis title. today, he reveled in the victory in new york, showing off his hard-earned prize. back in his home town in scotland, thousands of fans celebrated after staying up all night to watch the match. >> trepidation and little sleep for those who stayed up to watch andy murray triumph. >> [indiscernible] >> this is a win for scotland. >> this was a long time coming. >> his hometown as much -- normally a much quieter town. andy murray spent his childhood here. his family remained. they are all close and they know how much a grand slam success will mean. >> i think the monkey is off his back now. hopefully, he will not be known as the best player that never produced a grand slam. >> there are already landmarks marking his medals. now there is a plan in the works to mark his latest win. >> he basically said, get off the court. you are rubbish. he must have been maybe 10 or 11 at the time. >> and now there are plenty of young players on the courts that
in scotland. let's take a look at video from scotland. it may look like christmas has come early to northeastern scotland. this isn't snow at all. sea foam was carried on to land from the north sea to cover roads and houses because of gale force wind. sea foam produced by salt water churned by various organic material. so it is generally not hazardous to humans. very incredible video it is. weatherwise. things are looking quieter across the northern half of the british isles. but as the you can see another system will be moving into the similar area. things will turn quite wet and windy once again from thursday. london is expected to see a high of -- about 15 degrees on your wednesday. still on the cooler side. 18 degrees in pair ilris. out east. summerlike conditions in the balkan. 35 in athens. 30 in belgrade. it will be rising to 34 degrees as we head into your thursday. here is your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ >>> our top story once again. members of japan's largest opposition party are voting to elect their new leader. the outcome could determine who will be japan's next prim
's not based where we are. it's very english and we're in scotland. i expect we're in that kind of rural prettiness. but it's anything but pretty between the haves and have nots. we've come to edinboro, scotland to talk about her new novel. the book deal was prostitution and heroin addiction. >> there's adolescent sex, there's cutting. there's death. >> yep. >> but it's a comedy. >> there are all those things. when i read the brurb that it was a black comedy. i thought maybe it's comic tragedy. there's rumor in the book, at times real humor but not primarily a comedy. >> reporter: the book is so top secret the publisher guarded it like the sorcerer's stone. >> this is so rare, i read the manuscript pages in your publisher's office. >> sorry about that. >> why the security? >> you tell me, really. i mean, i'd love it to be a normal book dch. >> reporter: but normal has not been part of j.k. rowling's world for quite some time. secrecy has become a part of every day life for quite some time. a woman wealthier than the queen. >> do you have a disguise? >> well, once. i won't tell you what i
victory at a grand slam event. that was also the u.s. open. andy murray's home town in scotland has certainly been celebrating after his historic victory. and his supporters say no one deserves it more. [indiscernible] >> absolutely fabulous. scotland -- the u.k. as well in the olympics. this has been a long time coming. just enjoying tennis from now on. >> and hard luck story for andy murray. a fighter in the end. >> there we are. our correspondent at andy murray's tennis club -- we will avoid the argument whether he is gone ashore british. listening to supporters gathered. i guess they have done this for four previous times as well -- they deserve a medal themselves. you very much seems the home bo is in the? >> he really is. a local hero and a terrific mood of celebration. as he picked up listening to the people, a real sense of pride in what he achieved. andy murray played here as a boy with his brother jamie. early on they were kids of a prodigious talent but he carried on his association with the town and the people support and admire him. they know and still. as you say, they
with the most unfortunate domain name of the week, from the royal bank of scotland and their website, nig.com. "hey, boss! royal bank of scotland is taken.". "ok, thanks. just go with nig." if you are offended by that joke, it's okay, i have one friend that i'm pretty sure is scottish. and he said it's fine. >> thanks for coming out, guys. i appreciate it. we'll see you next week. goodnight. [clappin captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> obama! obama! >> you didn't build that. that. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome to report, everybody. good to have you with us. thank you so much. why. >> stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. thank you so much. please. ( cheering ) nation, thank you, everybody. please, sit down. now, folks, i don't know if you watched it, but last night, the mindless mobs got together again to pander to the youth and congratulate each other on slowly destroying the moral fabric of america. ( laughter ) but what do you expect? it was the vmas. ( laughter )
as the british monarchy. reigning over the united kingdom of england, wales, scotland and northern ireland along with 15 rounds and 15 overseas territories. she is the second monarch to celebrate the diamond jubilee marking 60 years on the throne which is a milestone that she will reach on the gory sixth. the only other was her great great grandmother, queen victoria who celebration was 115 years ago in 1897 when she was 78 years old. if elizabeth, who will soon turn 86, is still on the throne in september of 2015, she will surpass victoria's reign of nearly 63 years. between the two of them, victoria and elizabeth have been on the throne for 124 of the last 174 years and have symbolized britain's far longer than the four men who worked change between their reigns. elizabeth is always surrounded by people, but dean queen makes her a solitary and singular figure. it is crucial for her to keep a delicate talent at all times. if she seems to mysterious and distant, she loses her bond of her subject but if she seems too much like everyone else, she loses her mystique. she doesn't carry a passport. s
reveals the longest look back in time ever recorded. and a foam phenomenon in scotland. that's not snow. scotland. that's not snow. when the "cbs evening news" continues. the pitch! whoa! so why are you doing his? only your doctor can determine if your persistent heartburn is actually something more serious like acid reflux disease. over time, stomach acid can damage the lining of your esophagus. for many, prescription nexium not only provides 24-hour heartburn relief, but can also help heal acid-related erosions in the lining of your esophagus. talk to your doctor about the risk for osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels with long-term use of nexium. fighting an uphill battle for control of the senate. have a look. democrats and two inspects who o caucus with them outnumber republicans 53-47. republicans expected to pick up a seat in missouri because democratic incumbent claire mccaskill was in trouble there. but then her g.o.p. challenger todd akin was denounced by his own party for things that he said about rape. today was the deadline for akin to drop out and c
, scotland, norway, japan, russia each year, the facilities here in the park are second to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are going to use the flex of this rod to fling away. exactly as you moved your hands. >> that's it? >> that's it. >> i'm a natural. >> push both arms forward and snap the lower hand into your tummy. push forward. >> i did gave it a try and had great time but i might need some more practice. i met someone else with real fly casting skills. her name is donna and she is an international fly casting champion. >
. that was tropical storm ledsly or the remnants of tropical storm leslie. it could be a portion of northern scotland going into friday with some heavy rains and gusty winds as well. temperatures remaining on the cool side. as we look off towards eastern europe, seasonal here at moscow, 22 in kiev at 26. here's a look at your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes.
from scotland to wells in northern ireland. did that this off as fireworks maybe even a plane crash. it was possibly a meteor shower of debris from falling satellite. >>> the spectacular that's when you hear metal detector out. >>> we have some changes coming it looks like a political upside today. patchy fog makes his way back on shore. the blood pressure that is not passing to the north and east of the bay area right now. that will trigger some colder air to move in for today bigger. the patchy fog and cheese into the bay. a little cool in spots in the north bay as well. 47 fifties no light afternoon up into the '80s. a lot of '50s and '60s up towards the coast line. hot weather in the central valley and 98 in fresno 85 in yosemite. that alone will continue to track eastward. the warming trend a slow one as we head for the remainder of the week. patchy fog should begin to break up but will be putting the coastline. high pressure continues to build an overhead and will become hotter. 77 insensate 747 tel people inland's up to the '80s in some spots. as a make inside the day at 65 d
, whales stranded on beaches in florida and scotland. we'll show you what happened. >> hi, everyone, i'm leigh glaser. a terrific day, but get ready for cooler temperatures as we head into the >>> thousands of people crowded downtown petaluma honoring the boys who placed an impressive third in the little league world series. sky 7hd was overhead for the petaluma little league allstars. kyra was on the ground and her interviews are coming up at 11:35. >>> the memorial honoring the victims of the oakland firestorm has been vandalized again. they damaged the sculpture on tunnel road. abc7 news reporter lilian kim reports from the oakland hills where some old wounds have been reopened for a third time. >> gordon piper lost his home during the open firestorm since 1991. he dedicated his life to honor the 25 people who lost their lives in the fire. he helped create this memorial garden. but for the people who live here it was a haven. but overnight it was a target of van you -- a target of vandalism. >> they were dancing on the grave of those who died and to have this happen three times and
. and a foam phenomenon in scotland. that's not snow. when the "cbs evening news" continues. continues. the pitch! whoa! so why are you doing his? only your doctor can determine if your persistent heartburn is actually something more serious like acid reflux disease. over time, stomach acid can damage the lining of your esophagus. for many, prescription nexium not only provides 24-hour heartburn relief, but can also help heal acid-related erosions in the lining of your esophagus. talk to your doctor about the risk for osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels with long-term use of nexium. >> pelley: republicans are fighting an uphill battle for control of the senate. have a look. democrats and two inspects who inspects who caucus with them outnumber republicans 53-47. republicans expected to pick up a seat in missouri because democratic incumbent claire mccaskill was in trouble there. but then her g.o.p. challenger todd akin was denounced by his own party for things that he said about rape. today was the deadline for akin to drop out and clear the way for another rep
december tok red carpet to wherever assignment takes us. >> brought don here to scotland. >> he spent four decades sharing the world with viewers. >> improve with age. >> he got a start in san luis obispo. a fresh faced kid with a big voice. >> and even back then, don interviewed celebrities and like other small town reporters did commercials. >> unbelievable, but true. >> this new color packed camera, after nine years was suddenly over. >> one day they fired me. >> just days later don landed at kgotv. >> they said we'll maybe give you three weeks worth of work. >> once putting on that circle 7 coat, he never looked back. >> so they'll march to protest in front of the federal building he loves the bay area and bay area loves him. actor benjiman bratt grew up watching don. >> you're a legend in my family. >> do you want to play me in your next film? >> if i can grow that mustache, boy. >> in the early 70s, the mustache almost disappeared for good. >> this news director said you'll have to cut it off. three years later a new director said we want to you do spomplts you look too young. have y
to ireland for times and he's been to belgium in scotland. and scotland. he even danced on the conan o'brien show perhaps the reason he is so good at this is his dedication to the craft spending several hours a week training and that hard work and determination doesn't go unnoticed by fellow dancers he is such a hard worker and a lot of people look up to him. peter's coach of two years believes his work ethic is the secret to his success. >> he is determined and when you have that determination and always come back to something better you are going to improve. these past two years he has really stepped up a notch and i think it's coming from his heart. >> i am not trying to beat anybody, i just love dancing. >> i think he dances in his sleep. >> he has no plans of sitting still and his next move is to go back to the world competition and wind it all over again. >> coming up next, turning in his baby lamb chop for a sheepskin. get it? tonight his fond farewell. and a few big surprises as the bears make their final roster, rich king has the details. >> with hotwire's low prices i
-span: where did they come from? >> guest: well, they came originally from scotland, from the lowlands in scotland and life got pretty dour and tough over there so then they went to scotland--excuse me, to ireland, and they're part of this big migration that comes to the united states in the 18th century; comes into pennsylvania and then works its way by means of the great philadelphia road down into the south. and each generation moves on. i mean, this is a really american story, this scots-irish migration. and then these people in turn populate areas of the south. and in a critical decision for the stevensons when they were living in kentucky, they chose to move into the free state of illinois. and, of course, their family history would have been entirely different had they stayed in the south, or even gone farther west into slave-holding states. c-span: what are we seeing right here on this cover? >> guest: this is a view of bloomington, which is the town... c-span: illinois. >> guest: bloomington, illinois, not indiana. i found that when i was going out to bloomington a great deal
scotland. people from all over europe were beginning to come to this honeypot. it's more like a gold-mining town, in effect, than a port city. but it grew rapidly. its population charts just show its rocketing, spiraling growth-- people drawn, in the boom of capitalism, to jobs. narrator: for almost half a ceury, liverpool maintained its position as one of the most important harbors for britain and europe. but in the 1950s things started to change. man: one of the first things that began to happen in the postwar period was that the traditional trade of britain, with its empire, began to decline, but by the 1960s, things were changing very dramatically. narrator: just as the empire was collapsing, the rest of europe was challenging england. liverpool was even more marginal. by the 1970s, thousands of people had lost their jobs. ♪ well, i ain't got no money, ain't got no job ♪ ♪ lord, i could do with a couple of bob ♪ ♪ oh, yeah. narrator: politicians struggled to find solutions. the situation on merseyside can be catastrophic, and i don't mean catastrophic for the nation. i
in scotland to the persian gulf, and whose merchants traveled as far afield as india and china-- the culmination and the unifying of the old cultures of the mediterranean world and western europe. from that day to this, rome would be the greatest single influence on the western cultural tradition. indeed, it could be said that rome is that tradition. it's not merely that rome gave the west the latin language, roman law, roman ideas on state craft and on society. it was rome which passed on to the west the artistic, philosophical, and spiritual legacy of ancient greece, which rome had conquered, looted, and then learned from. it was rome which would be the agency of transmission to the west of an obscure, near-eastern religious cult which became the dynamic, motive force in western society and spiritual life-- christianity. but rome also gave the west a practical legacy, a legacy which western people see every day of their lives, from washington square to trafalgar square. and that legacy lies in the realm of architecture, civil engineering, building, town planning. these were t
in scotland where scientists are trying to restore some of her sight. scientists transplanted stem cells to cornea which they hope will prepare the damage. >> they do exactly what they do in life and that is, they reproduce themselves and they reproduce more mature cells so they grow out over the surface >> until now, a full transplant was the only treatment >> i think it will be a major step forward for the hundreds of thousands of individuals >> sylvia has no regrets >> i am really excited >> it will be months before [ male announcer ] it started long ago. it's called passion. and it's not letting up anytime soon. at unitedhealthcare insurance company, we understand that commitment. so does aarp, serving americans 50 and over for generations. so it's no surprise millions have chosen an aarp dicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, it helps cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. to find out more, call today. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe yo
strong wind are blowing scotland. has had wind of over 100 kilometers per hour. the system will move toward the east. then to the south. we have stationary, strong low-pressure systems, impacting italy and the balkan peninsula. heavy rain, thunderstorms, and even hail are possible into tomorrow. temperatures are looking like this, central europe, looking moderate. 19 degrees in vienna. same goes for berlin. out toward the west, the one hot spot, lisbon, 35 expected friday. that's the for me now. and here is your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ >>> that is a all for now on this edition of newsline. i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for watching.
at least two people were killed. some villages in scotland were also under water. it is one of the most important events of its kind in the world. the paris motor show, and this year, it is taking place as the car industry struggles with overcapacity and a drop in demand in the ailing eurozone. >> even so, there are plenty of highlights on display, and our reporter in paris has this sneak preview. >> it may be the most spectacular car displayed by the volkswagen group in paris, but the golf 7 is the most important and could be the star of the show. it uses just 3 liters of petrol per 100 kilometers and uses technology meaning its parts can be used in other models, which keeps costs down. vw also hopes to whether the euro crisis by focusing on other markets. >> we think 2013 could be challenging, but the world does not just consist of europe. there is also china, russia, india, and south america. and let's not forget the united states. that is why we think we have reason to be optimistic about 2013. >> but subsidiary -- for gm subsidiary opel, the future looks bleak. one glimmer of hope
. then it is mostly wet and windy out toward the northwest. remnants of tropical storms are moving into scotland as well as norway. that is going to produce very heavy rain as well as very strong winds. down towards the south, we have got upper cold, low, existing in the alpine region as well as the the northwestern balkan peninsula. thunderstorms, gusty wind and hail will continuetomorrow. all right, temperatures are as follows the. still on the hot side. lisbon. 33 degrees. very cool for this time of year in vienna. only 12 degrees. feeling more look late october here. that's the for now. here is your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ >>> that's all for now on this edition of "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you for watching.
and rainy conditions here. scotland has had wind of over 70 kilometers per hour. and then down toward the south, we have got a, a low-pressure system which is more problematic, bringing severe weather from poland through germany, down towards france. the alpine region is going to see the heaviest ran todin toda. a cooler air from the north. british isles, france, central europe, scandinavia will be seeing cooler than average temperatures wednesday. for example, london only 15 degrees, 19 degrees in paris. cooling down by about 10 degrees in berlin. 17 degrees expected on your wednesday. ahead of the system. warmer than average. 22 in moscow. 23 degreesed in kiev. cooling down by 7 degrees as we head into thursday. get your jacket handy. here its the extended forecast. ♪ ♪ >>> that is all for now on this edition of "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for watching.
of scotland. three of the whales -- stranded off the coast of scottland. british divers rescue teams say the mammals were among a group of 26 pilot whales stranded. 10 others refloated after being kept alive by vets. it's unclear what caused the whales to beach themselves. >>> look at this. this is not a scene from a scary movie but footage from china of a giant earth woman. -- worm. that's so gross. a half meter long worm was found in the gutter of a home in southwest china and a person who first spotted it thought it was a snake which if you look at it you can see why. biologist will study it to figure out exactly what it is and why it grew so big. lynette has is like shielding her arms. >> rats,. >> but that will do it for me too. >> snake frogs. >> and this is gross. i don't want to see that. >> huge. >> i am eating. >> yeah. thanks so much. >> that's bad. yeah. weather wise. >> they are crawling around because we got rain and typically you see them pop up. >> and frogs too and i can't stand that. but we will see the worms so be prepared. >> you have -- >> yeah bad week. >> look your
there are bagpipes blowing all over scotland tonight. how did you pull this off? >> i don't think, it was incredibly -- i don't know, it was incredibly tricky conditions and after the third and fourth sets it was tough mentally for me. nova sack so, so strong he fights until the end in every single match. it's close to five hours. just managed to get through. mary: can you talk a little bit about that guy that you hired this year to help you get to this place tonight? >> it could -- i -- [applause] >> i think that was almost a smile. mary: we almost saw teeth. we almost did. >> i mean, he's one of the greatest players to ever play. i think also here he made eight consecutive finals and great to have him supporting me and helping me in the tough moment. not just him but everyone else. they've been there from the start to thank you very much. mary: now you've done it. first to hand you a prize money check for -- 1.9 million is stephen cannon, president and c.e.o. of mercedes-benz, u.s.a. and now on behalf of the usta, jon vergosen will present something you've wanted for a long time. the champions tro
and scotland. we'll show you what happened. >> hi, everyone, i'm leigh glaser. a terrific day, but get ready for cooler temperatures as we head into the >>> thousands of people crowded downtown petaluma honoring the boys who placed an impressive third in the little league world series. sky 7hd was overhead for the petaluma little league allstars. kyra was on the ground and her interviews are coming up at 11:35. >>> the memorial honoring the victims of the oakland firestorm has been vandalized again. they damaged the sculpture on tunnel road. abc7 news reporter lilian kim reports from the oakland hills where some old wounds have been reopened for a third time. >> gordon piper lost his home during the open firestorm since 1991. he dedicated his life to honor the 25 people who lost their lives in the fire. he helped create this memorial garden. but for the people who live here it was a haven. but overnight it was a target of van you -- a target of vandalism. they were dancing one grave of those who died and to have this happen three times and two years ago it is really frustrating. >> the sculp
the soonment takes him. l. >> brought don her to scotland because i wanted you to experience what we experience. >>reporter: don sanchez has spent 4 decades sharing the world with abc 7 viewers. >> improve with age that's the motto. >>reporter: he got the start at ksby if san luis obispo. fresh face kid with a big voice. >> the voters are interested in law and order vietnam war and the cost of living. >>reporter: even back then don interviewed celebrity and lake other small town reporters he did commercials. >> unbelievable but true ready to go to the beach of course i'm going in my brand new barracuda. brand new color pack camera 2. >>reporter: after nine years it was suddenly over. >> one day they fired the entire news department. all 5 of us. >>reporter: just few days later don landed at kg o tv. >> they said well we will maybe give you 3 week worth of work. >>reporter: but once don put on the mandatory circle 7 sports coat he never looked back. >> march at noon to protest in front of the federal building. >>reporter: don loves the bay area and the bay area loves hi him.
a special one more thing. i have my believe it or not, my grandchildren from scotland, my stepgrand kids are rachel and sebastian are here. and they are from scotland. can you say sebastian and rachel. most people don't realize that do you know, do you remember what you call me? do you remember? grandma america? can you say it. >> grandma america. >> dana: they went to disney world. they are here in new york city. did you enjoy disney? what did you think of the show? this show. they're speechless. as are most americans when they watch this. >> bob: it's now called "the seven." welcome to the show. >> greg: they're your height. >> dana: later you can take them around in the little jeep. >> greg: my big wheel. >> bob: exactly. >> greg: we are out of time. that's it for "the five." >> dana: say bye. >> bret: the center of the political universe, ohio, the president targets college students and the challenger targets the president. 4 41 days to go. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. we are now inside six weeks before america picks its next president. in
. watson: you were a detective? i worked as a consultant to scotland yard. i wasn't paid for my services, and therefore, i answer to no one by myself. i've decided to resume my work as a consultant here in new york. consider every wretched height of depravity and murder in this city my place of business. unless of course, you don't think you have the stomach for the work i do. i'm good. how do clients typically introduce you? you and i have what's known as comnion-client confidentiality, which means that you can introduce me however you like-- friend, co-worker, relative-- and i'll play along. how you doing? this is captain gregson. captain gregson, this is miss watson, my personal valet. watson: i take it you two have worked together before? when i was assigned to scotland yard. captain, if you please?! there are two broken glasses here. you can tell from the volume of shards. obviously, she was pouring a glass of water for her guest when he assailed her. right. kindly... captain, who-who is this guy? piece of glass number... two. she's in the safe room. what safe room? the one behind t
it or not, my grandchildren from scotland, my stepgrand kids are rachel and sebastian are here. and they are from scotland. can you say sebastian and rachel. most people don't realize that do you know, do you remember what you call me? do you remember? grandma america? can you say it. >> grandma america. >> dana: they went to disney world. they are here in new york city. did you enjoy disney? what did you think of the show? this show. they're speechless. as are most americans when they watch this.
man, since 1936. there were a lot of celebrations in scotland. andy murray joins us now, and a huge congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> tell us what it meant to you and what it means to you after coming so close so many times and doing it last night against a great player. >> yeah, it means a lot. i just felt very relieved at the end. it's been a lot of years of hard work and a lot of tough losses to finally come through, especially in a match like that last night, after being two sets to love up, to finally breakthrough was great. >> why did you do it? what happened to make you do it last night? >> i don't know. it was very tricky conditions last night. it was very windy. managed to stay really tough at the end of the match. i went for a bathroom break after the fourth set and sort of looked at myself in the mirror and said just give everything on every single point and leave the court with no regrets. i managed to tough it out in the end. >> when you got the first break, you knew you might be able to do it? >> yeah. i started to feel comfortable around 4-2, 5-2. but agains
it because in scotland we really have many tennis players or coaches at that time of a high level. so, you know, to have our mom there was great. but, you know, tennis takes a lot of sacrifice from your parents. there's a lot of traveling. it can be an expensive support. and they... sport. they sacrifice add lot for me and my mother. >> rose: your mother was a player, she had been a coach as well but you left home at 15 to go to barcelona. >> yeah, and that was a decision that i made myself and, you know i'm lucky that my parents kind of accepted that decision. it can't be easy to send your kids away from home at that age. i didn't have the right environment or the facilities in scotland to try and fulfill my dreams. >> rose: what were your dreams? >> well, i wanted to get into the top hundred in the world at tennis. that was my main goal when i was around that age of 15 and i went to spain to do that they have the best track record at producing players at that level. >> rose: barcelona. >> yes, barcelona, yeah. >> rose: by 18 in your opinion the top what? >> i finished... in my 18th year
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